Two former Magic players who have been out of the NBA all season have found homes and will play in the Playoffs this year.
The Spurs signed Tracy McGrady for the remainder of the season after the former all star spent the season in the Chinese Basketball Association, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports. The Knicks also added Quentin Richardson, whom the Magic waived in training camp last October.
Both players will be eligible for the postseason as they have not played in the NBA at all this season and are thus not restricted by the March 1 roster deadline for the Playoffs.
With San Antonio waiving Stephen Jackson last week, the Spurs needed a small forward to fill in some of those minutes. San Antonio has had various injuries too with Manu Ginobili sitting out some time and now Boris Diaw missing time too. McGrady figures to be a big contributor for the Spurs this postseason.
He spent the year in China in the CBA where he averaged 25.0 points per game, 5.1 as...